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Folio Books in Noe Valley is hiring!  

 

We’re a small bookstore in a neighborhood of readers, serving our community by creating a warm, welcoming environment for everyone who comes through the door.

Our favorite booksellers are avid readers. They love books and being around books, but more than that, they are on a mission to share that passion with others. To them, the satisfaction of playing matchmaker between a reader and a book can’t be equaled.

 

Currently we’re looking for a frontline bookseller who will focus on our children’s section. This job might be for you if you still read children’s books as an adult and find them an important and satisfying part of your reading life. A background working with kids in a bookstore, library, or educational setting is helpful. You should be able to talk comfortably with children (and their adults) and understand child development and reading levels well enough to make appropriate recommendations.

 

The physical requirements of the job involve standing for long periods of time, repetitive work at computers, bending, stretching, carrying, and lifting. Technological requirements include extensive use of a computer POS system and browser-based tasks such as searching and using google docs.

 

The total hours per week and specific schedule will be determined during the hiring process, but we’re looking for at least 20 hours a week, at least one weekend shift, and a willingness and ability to work a varied schedule.

 

If you’re interested, please DON’T call or come by the store, but please DO reply to this ad. Include a cover letter and attach (or paste in) a resume. Please tell us your weekly availability (which days/shifts you are available, which days/shifts you are not), and answer these questions:  


  1. Who are 3-4 current children’s book authors or illustrators you enjoy and why?  

  2. What’s a book you’d recommend to a 10-year-old who likes action but doesn’t enjoy fantasy? 

  3. What classic would you bring to a baby shower if you were asked for a gift to build the baby’s future library?   

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Rocket Reuse is a Buy/Sell/Trade store located in downtown Alameda that specializes in books, vinyl, and vintage clothing. We are looking for a reliable, outgoing, and hard-working individual who can easily navigate our multi-faceted business and who will bring a passion and enthusiasm to the job. We will rely on you to uphold the needs of the business and promote its success. This will start out as a part-time position with the potential to increase to full time. We offer competitive compensation.

In this position, you will be responsible for running the store during your shifts, offering exceptional customer service, and driving sales. 


Daily Duties Include: 


  • Pricing and shelving books 

  • Creating attractive displays 

  • Maintaining the organization and visual standards of the store 

  • Facilitating our buyback process smoothly and efficiently 

  • Staying up-to-date on our inventory 

  • Helping customers track down items and offer recommendations

  • Promoting the store through social media, in-store merchandising, etc.

  • Fostering our customer base by building and maintaining relationships and by providing above and beyond customer service

Our ideal candidate is a self-motivated individual that is driven to meet and exceed expectations. You must be detail oriented, proactive, enjoy interacting with the public, and take pride and ownership in your work. 

Qualifications: 


  • A passion for books, records, and vintage clothing

  • Outgoing personality with a warm and friendly demeanor

  • Excellent verbal communication skills 

  • Amazing attention to detail 

  • Strong categorization skills 

  • Success working in a fast-paced environment

  • Ability to stay calm under pressure and juggle shifting priorities without sacrificing accuracy 

  • Ability to lift 30 lbs 

  • Must be available nights and weekends

If you fit these qualifications, we want to hear from you! Please email your resume along with a brief cover letter explaining why you would be a good fit for the position. You are also welcome to drop off your resume in person at the store: 1355 Park Street, Alameda, CA 94501

If you meet our qualifications, we will contact you to schedule an interview. 

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Dog Eared Books is looking for a part time, fill in employee to cover open shifts. Flexibility and a willingness to work nights and weekends a must.  Perfect for artists, free-lancers, and the self-employed.  Bookstore or library experience preferred, a passion for books an absolute must.  

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Come join us at Kosciusko Home Care & Hospice (KHCH)! KHCH is the only locally owned, non-profit, hospice agency based in Warsaw, IN - we have been serving this community and surrounding areas for 42 years! We are seeking to hire a Registered Nurse to join our hospice team. If you're a hard-working, dedicated, and caring nurse, Kosciusko Home Care & Hospice is an excellent company for you. Apply now!

Responsibilities


  • Provides, under medical direction, skilled nursing care to hospice patients. This may include performing diagnostic tests, obtaining lab specimens and providing treatments. Utilizes standard/transmission-based precautions.
  • Participates in the Hospice Interdisciplinary Team meetings and keeps team members informed in changes in patient’s condition. Works closely with team to see that physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs are met to the greatest degree possible. Observes, evaluates and reports to the attending physician and team members changes in the patient’s condition and environment that may affect the patient’s care. Communicates and cooperates with other members of the interdisciplinary team.
  • Develops a plan of care in conjunction with members of the interdisciplinary team to meet the physical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs of the hospice patient and family/caregiver. Plans for continuity of care with interdisciplinary team members.
  • Maintains required documentation and submits documentation in timely manner. Coordinates clinical record as required.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of internal/external regulatory requirements for the hospice industry.
  • Assesses present and potential problems, needs and resources of the patient and family. Assesses and utilizes patient and family support systems, i.e., extended family members, friends, neighbors, companions and clergy. Recognizes and interprets behavior patterns that influence the ability of patient and family/caregiver to meet basic needs.
  • Instructs patient and family regarding needed care and treatments and documents progress. Supervises and evaluates patient’s self care and care that is given by family/caregiver or home health aide. Provides instruction to the patient and family/caregiver regarding implications of the diagnosis and the nature of the treatment, as specified by the physician. Provides patient and family/caregiver with information, emotional support and encouragement that will enable them to adopt attitudes and actions that reduce anxiety, tension, fear and fatigue. Helps family accept other appropriate care and assistance.
  • Works closely with the Hospice Director in providing quality care through compliance with policies and objectives of the agency and adheres to other agency policies.
  • Maintains competency in nursing skills and knowledge, demonstrates ability to perform skills specific to patient population identified in unit specific skill list: infant, adolescent, adult or aged.
  • Maintains working relationships with other health and social service agency personnel to assist in planning, implementing, and evaluating to patient/family/caregiver. Participates in public relations activities as required.

  • Participates in the Continuous Quality Improvement Program.

  • Maintains knowledge of current trends and developments in the field by reading appropriate books, journals and other literature and attending related seminars, conferences, etc.

  • Responsible for knowing the lifting requirements of the job and requesting assistance when appropriate.

Qualifications

  • Education: Must be a registered nurse from an accredited school of nursing.
  • Experience: Minimum of two years experience as a registered nurse.
  • Other:



    Must have good verbal and written communication skills.



    Must have knowledge of hospice philosophy, and working knowledge of Home Health Care and Hospice regulations, policies and procedures.



    Must demonstrate knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age to the patient (infant, adolescent, adult, or aged).



    Must be able to provide own transportation.



    Must be able to lift 75 pounds, assist with 150 pounds.


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Job Location
Ready Credit Springfield - Springfield, MA


Position Type
Full Time



About Us

Balise Motor Sales is a third generation family-owned company headquartered in Western Massachusetts. We’re one of the largest auto dealers in New England, and according to Automotive News, one of the top 100 dealer groups in the United States. We’re also the #1 volume dealer in Rhode Island. When you join Balise, you join the family.



Since 1919, Balise has grown to more than 1,400 associates employed at 23 new and used car dealerships, four collision repair centers and two car washes located in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. The Balise organization also includes a finance company, a wholesale parts division and an in-house insurance agency.



Our positive growth is a direct reflection of our valued associates who demonstrate dedication to their area of expertise as well as an attachment to our company's identity and culture. Balise prides itself on our reputation for delivering quality cars and exceptional service at great prices. In our opinion, it is our committed, motivated associates who allow us to do just that.


Job Description


Lot Attendant



The lot attendant is responsible for the overall management of our new and used inventory in our lots.



Responsibilities include:

  • Maintaining and organizing inventory
  • Working with sales to stock in and move vehicles, making room for new inventory on the lot.
  • Managing for all new and used inventory accessories such as books, keys and codes.
  • Taking pictures of vehicles on the lot and advertising them on website-Keep dealership lot clean and organized
  • Working in various weather climates/conditions outside.
  • Other responsibilities may include moving vehicles for snow removal.


Required:

  • Valid driver's license and clear driving record.
  • Organizational skills and ability to multi-task and meet deadlines.
  • Ability to work outside in warm/cold weather
  • Ability to do some heavy lifting (up to 40lbs)




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Role overview
BookingBug is the industry’s most advanced, powerful and versatile appointment and event booking platform, powering the real-time management of appointments for thousands of enterprise clients. Using a combination of cutting-edge front end technologies, and a truly open and scalable cloud-based API architecture, we’re able to design solutions that can accommodate the wildest of client requirements. As technology progresses, so do we; re-architecting and expanding our platform to take advantage of new ideas, methodologies, and the latest and greatest trends in the technology industry.



It’s an exciting time to join BookingBug. We’re scaling up our teams, and looking for an experienced and technically-minded Project Manager to join our Professional Services team in Boston, to be responsible for the planning, execution and implementation of our SaaS solution into major enterprise customers including retailers, banks and major government departments.



About the role



Taking projects from initial scoping phase through to successful launch, this is a multi-task role where you will be handling multiple projects concurrently, so we’re looking for a dynamic individual who is looking to challenge themselves and work in a fast-growing start-up environment. You’ll be:

  • Responsible for the entire implementation process from initial scoping stages through the solution delivery cycle

  • Looking after both standard product and bespoke implementations where our platform integrates with client-specific components

  • Working closely with clients, solutions consultants and development teams to create technology-powered solutions to business challenges

  • Being the main contact for new clients as they implement our solutions and provide answers to detailed technical questions and working closely with them to ensure the successful delivery of all projects

  • Managing the project scope to ensure project targets and timescales are adhered to

  • Creating and maintaining project plans to ensure projects are actively tracked and tasks allocated to project team members in line with agreed milestones

  • Proactively feeding into the product roadmap ideas, tools and processes that can help us get our clients live more quickly and smoothly, and ways of improving the products & services we deliver

  • Troubleshooting customer issues, ensuring they receive the most benefit possible from their investment in BookingBug solutions

  • Organising and providing training to both customers and the rest of the BookingBug team as required


About you



You’re a talented Technical Consultant / Project Manager or equivalent, looking for your next career step. You love working within a diverse, committed, and brilliant team. You’re very good at engaging with and extracting needs from even the more difficult clients and can quickly translate what they say into the language of the system you’re responsible for. Your skills and experience include:

  • Proven technical background. You will need to have a strong hands-on understanding of a number of popular technical platforms and be able to talk eloquently with our customers using those - a technical background (ideally development / programming) is preferred

  • In-depth technical knowledge of complexities such as integrations (e.g. with Outlook, SalesForce, databases)

  • Understanding of SaaS models and the difference between building a product and doing bespoke client work. You’ll be helping us ensure that clients know how to best make use of our existing products

  • Knowledge of front and back-end architecture, as well as technical design and implementation of enterprise business solutions

  • Confident working within a structured and unstructured solution delivery environment and able to deal effectively with ambiguity

  • Experience and understanding of key project management principles, in particular Agile, and experience using project management software (e.g. Jira)

  • Proactive attitude and the ability to communicate consultatively and manage expectations

  • Effective at interacting across technical and business resources from the Developer level through to senior management - you know how to request work from your Development colleagues effectively and understand technical implications

  • An ability to confidently articulate complex technical concepts to a non-technical audience, with a business value perspective

  • Significant commercial acumen and a strong customer focus

  • Hungry to be in a challenging environment in a fast-growing tech company


This is a unique opportunity to join a company that has the stability and commercial success of a big business, but the heart & soul of a start-up. You’ll be working on truly interesting challenges so we need someone who is motivated by problem solving & seeing the wider impacts of their work. If this sounds like you we’d love to hear from you! We’re based in Boston in a shiny new office on Lincoln Street, and have international offices in London and Sydney as well. We pride ourselves on our great working culture, as well as an attractive benefits package – share options, 401k, healthcare, life insurance, generous vacation allowance, office snacks, social events and more!


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Company Description


City Mattress is a prominent family-owned national bedding retailer/manufacturer that has been in business for 54 years selling the finest quality in mattresses, bedroom furniture, adjustable beds, and bedding accessories. We value our employees as much as we value our customers, and strive for an unparalleled customer experience.


Job Summary


As we continue to grow, we are adding to our professional inside sales team. We are looking for competitive, articulate, motivated sales professionals that appreciate excellence in customer service and have growth potential for management.


Job Responsibilities



  • Provide an excellent customer experience

  • Provide customer service to existing and potential customers

  • Maintain and enhance the City Mattress image by doing what is Right and Best for our customers

  • Support our culture of honesty and integrity

  • Guide customers to making an optimal purchase

  • Maintain professionalism at all times

  • Learn and know the merchandise

  • Work diligently toward exceeding personal sales goals


Qualifications and Skills



  • Natural ability to relate, connect, and build rapport with customers.

  • College degree preferred but not required

  • Professional demeanor and presentation

  • Excellent communication skills

  • A flexible schedule is ideal as our retail hours include evenings, weekends, and holidays


Benefits



  • Growing family owned company in business for 54 years

  • Competitive salary

  • Inviting work environment

  • Medical

  • Dental

  • Vision

  • Basic and supplemental Life insurance

  • 401K

  • Flexible Spending Account,

  • Paid vacation and personal time off

  • Wellness incentive program

  • Employee discounts on Merchandise

  • Visit us on our website at citymattress.com. and pranasleep.com. Apply now


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Smithville Fiber, an established and trusted local provider of Internet, Voice, IPTV, Security, and Cellular services is seeking an adaptable and enthusiastic Store Team Lead to join our team at Technology Powered by Smithville.



ROLE



The Store Team Lead helps manage the day-to-day operations in one of our stores. A wealth of internal knowledge, they serve as a resource for billing, product, service, and escalation questions and issues. Above all they help all store employees provide an excellent customer experience in a fun and respectful environment. This position requires flexibility and multitasking to manage walk-in and over the phone customers. This position reports to the Store Operations Supervisor.



ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES

Available resource for questions on all products and services by customers and store staff

Process equipment returns and prepare for delivery to the warehouse, keeping the store organized, clean, and safe for employees


Check and receive inventory into billing system so it’s available for purchase in a timely manner


Provide feedback, both formally and informally, on staff interactions with customers


Process payments, merchandise sales, and orders and respond to billing inquiries on a regular basis


Recommend telecommunication solutions for individual customer needs that include qualifying needs and recommending bundles and packages


Schedule Smithville Security assessments and installations in-store and over the phone


Attend sales meetings and ongoing training sessions


Host Tech Talks to help educate customers on technology solutions offered


Available to work a full time schedule of days, evenings, holidays, and/or weekend hours during open hours for the store (Monday-Friday 9 AM to 8 PM and Saturday 9 AM to 5 PM)


Research trends with a thirst for knowledge to stay updated on the latest technology trends


Meet and exceed sales goals – both those established by the company and by self





EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE



High School diploma or equivalent required
1-3 years of retail experience preferred, with a focus on technology and upselling to provide add-ons to purchases


Prior cellular and/or computer repair experience preferred


Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office and ability to learn new software programs


Excellent communication skills and an ability to develop rapport with customers


Review of employment applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Smithville is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.


 


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Role overview
Other than micro-businesses, almost every company needs to ‘book’ something - whether it’s for external or internal customers. Many of these are critical, high-value business problems. Every employee at BookingBug plays a key part in helping make complicated booking experiences simple for our clients. These powerful scheduling experiences are built by collaborative and talented individuals – our People.



As a fast-growing technology business, BookingBug's need for world-class Salespeople is unrelenting. We need a motivated, results-producing inside salesperson to join our growing team based in Boston. We’re growing quickly and expanding our team to take advantage of both positive market conditions and our market position. The inside sales representative will have an immediate impact on our exponential growth.



Responsibilities:

  • Engage in high-volume outbound prospecting activity via multiple channels - phone, email, LinkedIn, etc.

  • Generate new customer relationships within BookingBug’s target markets

  • Contact and qualify inbound prospects to present the benefits of our software solution and schedule demos

  • Log and track all activity in Salesforce

  • Understand our value proposition and effectively communicate the benefits and features of our products and services; confidently articulate our unique selling points versus competitors. Maintain broad knowledge of product features and pricing plans

  • Schedule product demos and meetings with new clients in line with monthly targets

  • Drive traffic to various online and offline events including tradeshows and webinars

  • Manage time effectively, meet personal goals and work effectively with members of the outside sales team

  • Continually evolve our targets based on outcomes of regular cadence meetings and territory discussions with outside sales team


About You:



You’ll have exceptional inside sales skills. You will come across as an articulate, presentable and credible professional with the ability to deliver clear and compelling propositions to management contacts in global organizations. You have a solid track record and the resilient, proactive attitude required to be successful in a challenging Inside Sales role. Experience of selling consultancy and / or software services is desirable. Your experience and qualities include:

  • 1-2 years’ solid track record (must have made quota consistently) in a high-volume inside sales role, ideally within the SaaS / enterprise software space

  • Experience selling to complex, global organizations and selling solutions to target contacts across multiple industries

  • First class communication and presentation skills – including a confident and credible demeanor, excellent telephone manner and consultative approach

  • Ability to write a high standard of documentation

  • Tech-savvy with solid understanding of technical concepts

  • An understanding of, and appreciation for, scale-up company culture and dynamics

  • Self-motivated, persistent, hungry, hardworking and ambitious

  • Desire to grow with the company into a lucrative sales career

This is a unique opportunity to join a company that has the stability and commercial success of a big business, but the heart & soul of a startup. You’ll be working on truly interesting challenges so we need someone who is motivated by problem solving & seeing the wider impacts of their work. We offer a great selection of benefits including healthcare, 401k and 20 days paid vacation (in addition to federal holidays), and we pride ourselves on our great working culture!


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Job Location
Subaru West Warwick - West Warwick, RI


Position Type
Full Time



About Us

Balise Motor Sales is a third generation family-owned company headquartered in Western Massachusetts. We’re one of the largest auto dealers in New England, and according to Automotive News, one of the top 100 dealer groups in the United States. We’re also the #1 volume dealer in Rhode Island. When you join Balise, you join the family.



Since 1919, Balise has grown to more than 1,400 associates employed at 23 new and used car dealerships, four collision repair centers and two car washes located in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. The Balise organization also includes a finance company, a wholesale parts division and an in-house insurance agency.



Our positive growth is a direct reflection of our valued associates who demonstrate dedication to their area of expertise as well as an attachment to our company's identity and culture. Balise prides itself on our reputation for delivering quality cars and exceptional service at great prices. In our opinion, it is our committed, motivated associates who allow us to do just that.


Job Description


Lot Attendant



The lot attendant is responsible for the overall management of our new and used inventory in our lots.



Responsibilities include:

  • Maintaining and organizing inventory
  • Working with sales to stock in and move vehicles, making room for new inventory on the lot.
  • Managing for all new and used inventory accessories such as books, keys and codes.
  • Taking pictures of vehicles on the lot and advertising them on website-Keep dealership lot clean and organized
  • Working in various weather climates/conditions outside.
  • Other responsibilities may include moving vehicles for snow removal.


Required:

  • Valid driver's license and clear driving record.
  • Organizational skills and ability to multi-task and meet deadlines.
  • Ability to work outside in warm/cold weather
  • Ability to do some heavy lifting (up to 40lbs)




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Summary



To provide superior customer service to gaming guests through the exchange of currency, tokens and TITO tickets; through the facilitation of jackpot payments and machine fills.



Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.



Provide service to guests playing slot machines in the High Limit Area or other assigned areas within the slot department.



Create an enjoyable environment for casino customers, while ensuring integrity of casino operations and adherence to Internal Controls.



Responsible for all entrusted funds during an assigned shift.



Supply currency and tokens to slot department personnel.



Process jackpot payouts and verify CTR and W2G paperwork.



Complete all paperwork with accuracy and in a timely manner.



Facilitate the exchange of tokens and/or currency with the Cage Department.



Provide dispatch notices to slot personnel to service casino guests, resolve minor machine issues, complete machine fills for tokens and/or tickets, pay jackpots, make change and/or cash machine tickets.



Customer Service: Greet guests at service windows and/or immediate area, offer ticket redemption, answer questions about machines and/or the casino; represent Cache Creek Casino Resort as a role model employee with a positive attitude and professional demeanor.



Customer Acknowledgement: Make facial, contact, smile, and greet guests during all guest interactions; direct all guests to appropriate areas of the casino based on inquiries; answer questions accurately; access slot floor personnel, casino host or F&B server when appropriate.



Teamwork: Effectively interact with coworkers, supervisors, casino hosts, slot technicians, EVS and F&B personnel to ensure service requests are met and the slot environment is well maintained.



Cleanliness: Maintain general cleanliness of casino areas by removing trash from slot machine banks, chairs and coin trays; general cleaning of slot machines.



Protect Casino Integrity: Maintain pouch and paperwork accuracy within department standards; ensure proper change/pouch impressments; alert supervisors about possible suspicious activity.



Ability to accurately type 30 WPM.



Capable of identifying situations that require supervisory personnel.



Supervisory Responsibilities



This job has no supervisory responsibilities.



Qualifications



To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily with or without reasonable accommodations. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.



Education and/or Experience



Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.



Age Requirements



Must be at least 21 years of age.



Language Skills



Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.



Mathematical Skills



Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.



Reasoning Ability



Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.



Certificates, Licenses, Registrations



Cache Creek Casino Resort Tribal Gaming License.



Physical Demands



The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job with or without reasonable accommodations.



While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to walk and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and color vision.



Work Environment



The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job with or without reasonable accommodations.



While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed second hand tobacco smoke. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.


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Role overview
Other than micro-businesses, almost every company needs to ‘book’ something - whether it’s for external or internal customers. Many of these are critical, high-value business problems. BookingBug is the most advanced multi-channel appointment booking technology available, enabling organizations to market and sell their services through multiple channels, spanning online, mobile, in-branch and call-center.



It’s an exciting time to join BookingBug. We’re scaling rapidly and are looking for our first Sales Operations Manager to play an integral role in scaling BookingBug’s rapidly growing business. You will be our resident Sales technology expert and a master of efficiency. This is an ideal job for a Sales Support professional who wants to make an immediate impact within a rapidly growing software company, have ownership over their work, and achieve visible success.



As Sales Operations Manager, your day might include:

  • Acting as Salesforce.com (SFDC


    ) "Super User" for the organization – including -



    overseeing the reporting, analytics and dashboards to report on Sales trends and insights and all SFDC integrations

  • Investigating further ways in which we can maximize the use of Salesforce, such as - auto renewal creation; renewal alerts; using the Calendar; increasingly sophisticated reporting

  • Implementing SFDC reporting processes including developing dashboards around Sales forecasting, pipeline and key performance metrics to drive company goals

  • Organizing sales data to support the team in accurately reporting on Sales forecasts, trends, opportunities, wins / losses, competitive activities in the market

  • Supporting with the forecasting collation process, including analysis of changes and position against YTD quota

  • Working closely with Marketing Operations to drive effective campaigns and ensure integration with Marketo is syncing properly

  • Driving, leading and identifying process inefficiencies in the lead-to-cash process

  • Supporting all month, quarter and year end close activities

  • End of quarter process and reconciliation

  • Keeping up with BookingBug's Sales plans, strategies, territory plans, account management procedures and systems to ensure reporting is accurate and relevant

  • Managing the Sales calendar of events

  • Assisting with our Sales compensation plans and yearly planning process

  • Assisting in the development and delivery of Sales training materials on processes, tools, methodologies, and best practices

  • Helping to onboard and train new Sales team members


You may be a fit if you have:

  • 3+ years Sales Operations experience, ideally in High-Tech or software company

  • Solid understanding of a SaaS business model

  • Solid experience of using Salesforce, ideally in the capacity outlined above

  • Understanding of Sales Operations business practices for Sales processes and systems (Sales cycles; account, territory, opportunity, pipeline management) and the role of the Salesperson

  • Ideally, experience of managing compensation plans & setting quotas for a global Sales team

  • Enhanced proficiency with Excel; solid data analysis capability

  • You are energetic and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment

  • You take ownership of your work and continuously strive for improvement


This is a unique opportunity to join a company that has the stability and commercial success of a big business, but the heart & soul of a start-up. You’ll be working on truly interesting challenges so we need someone who is motivated by problem solving & seeing the wider impacts of their work. We offer a great selection of benefits including healthcare, 401k and 20 days paid vacation (in addition to federal holidays), and we pride ourselves on our great working culture!


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You’re ever the optimist, with confidence in your ability to make other people feel good. You enjoy interacting with a variety of personalities and have the uncanny ability to read each individual and respond appropriately.



You’re an active self-starter with a competitive nature and you love to set and beat your own goals. You also operate best when you’re left to your own resources without any interference from others.



You identify with the statement: Activities breed outcomes. You are not intimidated to take a different route, and you find new ventures stimulating.



YOU have the qualities that have proven successful for U.S. Lawns Business Developers all across the country, so apply today and start prospering on your natural abilities with the nation’s #1 commercial landscaping team.



U.S. Lawns provides the training and tools you’ll need to perform, so all you have to do is focus on building and nurturing relationships, which is your true forte.



U.S. Lawns Business Developer Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities Include:

  • Continually identify, build, and develop new client business in the commercial market within a defined and protected territory.

  • Deliver compelling calls and meetings to introduce company capabilities and value propositions.

  • Identify and evaluate new markets and partnership opportunities through direct prospecting and networking.

  • Oversee all aspects of the sales process, including development of opportunity-specific sales strategy and "quarterbacking" the entire sales process until the final close of the contract.

  • Provide the owner with updates on current and prospective book of business and the activities being generated to close work.

  • Add value to an expanding team with a proven sales process in a growing market.



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Inventory Order Puller (Stock Stores) 1st Shift, TEUTOPOLIS



  • General Information


    • Job Title:

      Inventory Order Puller (Stock Stores) 1st Shift



    • Location:


      • 704 WEST MAIN ST.

      • TEUTOPOLIS, IL, 62467

      • United States




    • Base Pay:

      $12 - $13 / Hour



    • Employee Type:

      Full Time



    • Job Category:

      Inventory, Warehouse, Manufacturing



    • Required Degree:

      High school



    • Manage Others:

      No





  • Job Description

    An Inventory Order Puller transfers and counts materials on the various machine centers. Inventory Order Pullers work in process by counting and transferring material from one work center to the other manually. They record the transfer of product and product count in the system with the use of scanner guns. Previous inventory and forklift experience is a plus, preferably in a manufacturing environment. Must be able to physically push and pull loads on carts throughout the facility with various weights. Candidates must be conscientious, self-motivated, and enjoy working in a fast paced plant.



  • Requirements



    • Knowledge in inventory and product numbers in a manufacturing environment a plus.

    • Familiar with inventory or stocking inventory.
    • Ability to read materials numbers and color identification.
    • Ability to read blue prints to interpret what products are finished.

    • Ability to communicate basic information to the Machine Operators and Leadership.

    • Ability to make inventory transfers which affect a department and may, on occasion, affect multiple departments.

    • Ability to communicate to provide or obtain information.

    • General mathematical and reasoning skills.

    • High School Diploma or GED required.





  • Additional Information


    • Shift :

      1st Shift



    • Pay Grade:

      W2





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(Entry Level / Full Time) Sales Representative



Are you the kind of person who is easy going and ready to get involved with something that offers more purpose? Someone who values teamwork but enjoys exceeding personal expectations?



We are looking for innovative candidates to join our team as an Entry Level Sales Representatives and to cross train in all aspects of:


  • Leadership

  • Training Systems

  • Sales

  • Marketing

  • Customer Relations


Our team is ever evolving. We are looking to grow throughout the Mid-West area over the next 18 months! What does this mean? Initially, your job will be to join our sales, marketing, and development team. Once you've mastered customer acquisition you will begin to develop your skill-set as a leader and coach. Your job will be to develop and will have the opportunity for management.



All of our Entry Level Sales Representatives work within a team. We provide comprehensive, hands-on sales and marketing training. Responsibilities include professional sales presentations, face to face interaction, territory management, and unparalleled professionalism.



0-6 years of experience in the following is a plus but not a requirement:


  • Sales and marketing

  • Training

  • Development

  • Customer Service / Restaurant / Hospitality / Retail

  • Sports / Team Environment


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MEDICAL STAFF FUNCTIONS:


Demonstrating effective oversight and management of the following.


Assist in coordinating clinical and support program development to meet those needs including advising the Chief of Staff, and Director about the adequacy and appropriateness of the organization's scope of services, and its professional and support staff.


Facilitate efforts to strengthen clinical programs and operational issues involving individual veterans, identifying opportunities to increase collaboration with community partners to promote the development of clinical and health services research at TN Valley Healthcare System (TVHS).


ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS:





Demonstrate ability to represent the Chief of Staff in all aspects of administrative leadership, including, but not limited to: Serve as a member of key medical center managerial bodies including serving as a member of the organized medical staff, attending its meetings, and helping to ensure adherence to its bylaws and rules and regulations, working with other health care professional to establish policies.


Demonstrate ability to supervise a staff of employees to accomplish the work of the organization. This involves work assignments and review; as well as the administrative and personnel management functions relative to the staff supervised.


Demonstrate ability to coordinate and integrate the programs into a comprehensive package of services to meet the needs of veterans.


Will be responsible for meeting the VA performance measures and Patient Aligned Care Team (PACT) goals assigned to DCOS.


Demonstrate ability to provide assistance on top management administrative matters affecting patient care, education, and organizational policy.


Demonstrate ability to contribute to the definition of Medical Center Vision, Values, Goals and Action Plans that support the Medical Center strategic plan.


Will participate in local, VISN and national level committees as assigned by Chief of Staff and as part of an agreed upon Personal Development Plan.


Maintain oversight of the fee basis program.


Demonstrate ability to evaluate and recommend evidence-based best practices and programs of provision of clinical education.


Demonstrate ability to benchmark TVHS outcomes against national standards of excellence.


Demonstrate ability to represent the TVHS in VISNI-wide clinical service coordination.


Demonstrate ability to represent the TVHS in national VA forums regarding clinical service provision, research, and education.Basic Requirements:


  • United States Citizenship: Non-citizens may only be appointed when it is not possible to recruit qualified citizens in accordance with VA Policy.
  • Degree of doctor of medicine or an equivalent degree resulting from a course of education in medicine or osteopathic medicine. The degree must have been obtained from one of the schools approved by the Department of Veterans Affairs for the year in which the course of study was completed.
  • Current, full and unrestricted license to practice medicine or surgery in a State, Territory, or Commonwealth of the United States, or in the District of Columbia.
  • Completion of residency training, or its equivalent, approved by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs in an accredited core specialty training program leading to eligibility for board certification.
  • Proficiency in spoken and written English.
  • Physical requirements outlined below.

Preferred Experience:


Work closely in a coordinated manner with the Medical Staff Executive Board.


Communicate relevant aspects of service functioning to the COS.


Demonstrated ability to work and interact effectively with community partners.



Reference: VA Regulations, specifically VA Handbook 5005, Part II, Appendix G-2 Physician Qualification Standard. This can be found in the local Human Resources Office.



Physical Requirements: This position requires occasional travel. Physical activity involves walking, bending, stooping, climbing stairs and carrying light items such as papers books and/or other supplies.

None



To apply for this position, you must provide a complete Application Package which includes (upload C.V. as resume document type):


  • Copy of Licensure

  • Resume

VA Form 10-2850 - Application for Physicians, Dentists, Podiatrists, Optometrists & Chiropractors can be found at: http://www.va.gov/vaforms/search_action.asp?FormNo=2850&tkey=&Action=Search. ** Highly Desired at time of application**



The following documents are accepted, and may be required if applicable to your eligibility and/or qualifications for this position. Please use this checklist to ensure you have included all documents required for your application, such as a copy of your transcript (if using education to qualify), SF-50's, etc.


  • Cover Letter

  • DD-214

  • OF-306

  • Copy of Licensure

  • 10-2850

  • Resume

  • SF-15

  • SF-50

  • Transcript


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Major Duties/Responsibilities


The Associate Chief of Staff (ACOS), Behavioral Health, reports to the Chief of Staff (COS) for day-to-day operation and management of clinical practice and staff in Behavioral Health.


~ Responsible for organizing and administering management of operations.


~ Work closely with COS in achieving strategic goals and performance measures within clinical area.


~ Exhibit leadership characterized by substantial and continuous responsibility and accountability for integrated programs that cross service/discipline lines, and influences organizational mission and healthcare.


~ Function as administrator, educator, and consultant, utilizing management theory, in collaboration with COS and other services.


~ Provide executive input into strategic planning, budget, mission, operational planning, and policy development for local and network efforts.


~ Utilize current trends and relevant theories in an analytical framework to design/modify, implement, and measure integrated programs and activities to achieve clinical and administrative goals of the medical center and/or network; evaluate outcomes against strategic priorities.


~ Consultant to medical center staff and greater community in behavioral health care psychology.


~ Plan, organize, direct, control, and evaluate programs and follow-up actions to facilitate delivery of care and meet required internal and external review standards.


~ Provide leadership in the development of policies and systems to devise strategies to enable the organization to successfully manage ethical issues and protect patient/family rights.


~ Aggregate data and participate in budget process to plan for current, emerging, and future resource requirements (financial, human, material, and/or informational).


~ Mentor/precept staff.


~ Participate in the development of education programs and staff development models to facilitate career progression and to increase productivity and performance.


~ Provide leadership in professional, community, and governmental bodies that shape health care policy, contributing to the development/improvement of the healthcare delivery system and improved patient outcomes.


~ Serve as Chair of facility Behavioral Health Council; provide regular updates regarding behavioral health performance metrics and initiatives to facility leadership.


~ Establish processes to support evidence-based clinical and administrative practices.


~ Responsible for knowing the reusable medical equipment (RME) - instruments, equipment, medical devices, and/or supplies located in clinical area(s).


~ Obtain, read, and follow standard operating procedures (SOPs) for all RME in clinical area(s).


~ Other duties as assigned.



Work Schedule: Monday through Friday - specific schedule will be determined upon appointment; however, subject to change, depending on the needs of the medical center/service.


Functional Statement Title/#: Not Applicable - Physicians are granted privileges.


Financial Disclosure: Required.Basic Requirements:


  • United States Citizenship: Non-citizens may only be appointed when it is not possible to recruit qualified citizens in accordance with VA Policy.
  • Degree of doctor of medicine or an equivalent degree resulting from a course of education in medicine or osteopathic medicine. The degree must have been obtained from one of the schools approved by the Department of Veterans Affairs for the year in which the course of study was completed.
  • Current, full and unrestricted license to practice medicine or surgery in a State, Territory, or Commonwealth of the United States, or in the District of Columbia.
  • Completion of residency training, or its equivalent, approved by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs in an accredited core specialty training program leading to eligibility for board certification.
  • Proficiency in spoken and written English.
  • Physical requirements outlined below.

Preferred Experience: Previous management/supervisory experience.



VA Regulations, specifically VA Handbook 5005, Part II, Appendix G-2 Physician Qualification Standard. This can be found in the local Human Resources Office.Physical Requirements: This position requires sitting (up to 6 hours), walking (up to 1 hour), standing (up to 1 hour), bending (up to 15 minutes), and carrying such items as books papers, and files (up to 10 lbs. for 10 minutes). Travel into the community is required to meet with community stakeholders and community partners. Near vision correctable at 13-16 in. to Jaeger 1-4, far vision correctable in one eye to 20/20, use of both eyes, hearing (aid permitted), hearing without aid, clear speech, and mental and emotional stability.



Selected applicants will be required to complete an online onboarding process.*PLEASE NOTE: BELOW IS A LIST OF DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR A COMPLETE APPLICATION PACKET.



**PLEASE BE CERTAIN TO UPLOAD YOUR DOCUMENTS UNDER THE PROPER "DOCUMENT TYPE". Note - Application (VA Form 10-2850, Application for Physicians, Dentists, Podiatrists, Optometrists, & Chiropractors); Information Regarding Malpractice Issues/Cases; and ECFMG Certificate are document type "Other".



To apply for this position, please provide a COMPLETE application package, which includes the following:


  • Completed questionnaire (online or hard copy). (Required of ALL applicants)

  • Properly completed, signed, and currently dated (within one month of submission to vacancy announcement) VA Form 10-2850 - Application for Physicians, Dentists, Podiatrists, Optometrists & Chiropractors can be found at: http://www.va.gov/vaforms/search_action.asp?FormNo=2850&tkey=&Action=Search. Please read ALL instructions and complete the application in its entirety. If "yes" answers provided to questions 31 through 40 on page 3 of the application, explanation(s) must be given via a separate document. (Required of ALL applicants)

  • Copy of final disposition(s)/outcome(s) on any and all malpractice issues/cases - IF any. (Required of ALL applicants - IF applicable)

  • Detailed CV, to include "from" and "to" dates of employment. (Required of ALL applicants)

  • Copy of most recent SF 50, Notification of Personnel Action, which shows your status - IF current or prior permanent Federal employee. Please Note: Award SF 50s are not acceptable. (Required of ALL applicants - IF current or prior Federal employee)

  • Copy of ECFMG certification - IF foreign medical graduate. (Required of applicants who received foreign education)

  • Copy of DD 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty" - IF prior military. Copy MUST show character of discharge. (Required of applicants who have served in the military)

  • Copy of a dated letter from a VA Regional Office that shows percentage of disability - IF prior military and you have service-connected disability. (Required of applicants who have served in the military and have a service-connected disability)

  • Properly completed OPM's Standard Form 15, Application for 10 Point Preference - IF prior military and you have a service-connected disability. Link to form - http://www.opm.gov/Forms/pdf_fill/SF15.pdf. (Required of applicants who have served in the military and have a service-connected disability)

The following documents are accepted, and may be required if applicable to your eligibility and/or qualifications for this position. Please use this checklist to ensure you have included all documents required for your application, such as a copy of your transcript (if using education to qualify), etc.


  • Cover Letter

  • DD-214

  • OF-306

  • VA Form 10-2850 Application for Physicians, Dentists, Podiatrists, Optometrists, & Chiropractors

  • Other Veterans Document

  • Resume

  • SF-15

  • SF-50


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Job Description

Inside Medical Device Sales Representative


GENERAL


Location Kansas City, Missouri 64108


Job Code 1717


Function Sales


Call Point - Specialty Cardiology, Radiology, Breast Biopsy, Pain Management, Vascular Imaging


Call Point - Facility Hospital


Category Capital Equipment


Territory TBD


Description


For nearly three decades, Medical Positioning Inc. (MPI) has been manufacturing and selling specialty patented tables designed to improve diagnostic imaging and patient outcomes in cardiology, radiology, vascular, pain management and breast biopsy.


With 20 employees across all functions, our customer-centric focus has made us one of the market leaders in the industry.


The Medical Sales Representative is responsible for establishing and maintaining relationships with customers via telephone, email and video; educating customers, and selling our products to increase sales for the territory.


Our sales team is a critical part of the company’s success and we take our relationships with customers seriously. We celebrate their success and work with them to overcome their growing pains.


With the release of two new product lines in 2017, we’re looking to grow our team! Are you up to the challenge?


All sales are direct and the representative is responsible for all stages of the sale from prospecting to closing.


COMPENSATION


Compensation ~$60,000 with uncapped commision


Comp. Type Salary + Commission + Bonus


Salary $35,000


Bonus $5,000 - $10,000


Commission ~$20,000+


Auto Package None


Travel 0 - 10%


BENEFITS


We care a lot about our customers; we also care about our employees.


Compensation: $35k base + uncapped commissions + tiered annual bonus payouts starting at $5k


Health Benefits: Medical, Vision and Dental


Other: Short Term Disability, 401K, No Travel Required


As a small direct manufacturer with all levels located in our Kansas City, MO office our open door policy allows for transparency and experience with all departments and stages of a direct sale to fulfillment to product service.


QUALIFICATIONS


No medical sales experience? No problem.


Sales experience from another industry or direct experience within a hospital environment is preferred, but if you provide the positive attitude, the desire to learn, and the ability to build productive working relationships with your team and with your customers, we’ll provide the training and resources needed for a successful medical sales career.


Our Inside Sales Representatives are not just lead generators but manage their own book of business. Inside Sales Representatives are responsible for prospecting, closing sales and general account management of all accounts within their territory.


We’re seeking someone who has:



  • Strong customer communication skills, both written and oral;

  • A willingness to become a subject matter expert;

  • Understanding of, and appreciation for, the customer’s goals, needs and budget;

  • Perseverance and tenacity to close a deal.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:



  • Build and maintain relationships with a wide range of healthcare professionals

  • Generate new and repeat sales to achieve sales plans by territory

  • Provide an accurate monthly sales forecast to help predict company expenses, profit and growth

  • Accurately process sales orders to ensure timely delivery and customer satisfaction

  • Educate customers, including doctors, hospital staff and purchasing managers about product features and benefits

  • Communicate and collaborate with internal departments to solve customer issues

  • Participate in trade shows to promote, develop and grow customer relationships


Technical skills needed in this position include:



  • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel

  • Experience with a CRM package such as Salesforce.com


Education: Bachelor’s Degree


Job Type: Full-time


Salary: $58,000.00 to $60,000.00 /year


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Audley Travel is now eagerly searching for ambitious Country Sales Specialists to join our Africa and Australia & New Zealand teams that are based in our Boston office. As a Country Sales Specialist you will work to maintain the highest level of customer service! You will work with our clients through the entire booking process:

  • Reaching out to clients who have inquired

  • Finding out the who, what, when, where and why’s of their trip

  • Putting an itinerary together to meet their travel needs

  • Taking care of all the bookings of hotels, tours, etc.

  • Being the clients point of contact throughout the entire process


It's your goal to ensure all clients return home having had a trip which exceeded their expectations, and consequently motivates them to return as clients again. You will get to know what makes your clients tick and create an amazing vacation for them based on your first-hand knowledge of the destination and their personal interests.



Why would you want this job?



This is a unique sales opportunity, combining travel sales and customer service to enhance the client experience. Our Regional Sales Managers, who you would report to as a Country Sales Specialist, have a hands on approach and act more as mentors. They guide and motivate each Country Sales Specialist on their team and take an individualized approach to help to help you become successful. We are a meritocratic business - we promote based off your ability to do the job at hand. Many of our entry level Country Specialists have moved into Senior/Elite Specialist and Management roles within Audley. You are in the driver’s seat when it comes to your success!



What’s in it for you?

  • An excellent benefits package where we cover 100% of the cost of Medical, Dental and Vision, provide 401k and 20 days PTO!

  • A thriving company culture – free on-site gym & fitness classes, bagel Fridays, happy hours, team sports, etc.

  • A familiarization “FAM” trip to the region you are selling

    • 4-6 weeks product testing while living as an Audley Traveller

    • We “Re-FAM” you every 12-18 months



Who doesn’t love talking about travel? This is an opportunity to make your passion a career!



About Audley Travel US Inc.



Audley connects discerning travelers to a more rewarding travel experience in nearly 80 destinations around the world. Each of our Country Specialists has first-hand knowledge of the best guides, food, lodging, and local secrets in a specific region of the world, having lived or traveled there extensively. This allows them to tailor each journey to a client’s individual travel style and interests. The local knowledge and personalized service creates a streamlined and stress free planning experience.



Our carefully curated experiences, candid advice and level of service including personalized travel packs go above and beyond client expectations



Audley Travel Group is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. We are committed to the policy of providing equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, disability or national origin.


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Overview

Waterford, an Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care community located in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota is excited to share we're looking for an outgoing, fun and energetic part-time Life Enrichment Coordinator to join our team!



As a Transforming Age community, Waterford is comprised of dedicated and caring people who have a strong desire to enrich the lives of older adults and our team members. Our workplace emphasizes serving others, team work, our dedication to hospitality and customer service, vigorous innovation and integrity in everything we do.



To learn more about our community and to see where you could be working, check out our website here!

Positions Details

Our Life Enrichment Coordinators are responsible for the following:


  • Assist the Director of Life Enrichment with scheduling and coordinating fun, meaningful resident activities

  • Assist with preparing and distributing weekly program schedules

  • Research and gather interesting, share-worthy articles, photos and other relevant information for the community newsletter

  • Work with your team members to plan and coordinate special events, parties, celebrations, holiday gatherings and more for residents and their families

  • Plan and conduct art programs, entertainment for special events, weekly religious services and one-on-one special projects as needed

  • Keep art supplies, puzzles, games, magazines, books and other items well-stocked and up-to-date

  • Provide assistance to the director in training all team members on activity-related programs

  • Work closely with other departments to traing and integrate Life Enrichment programs and projects into resident plans of care


Our ideal candidate will have the following:

  • A fun, upbeat and positive attitude!

  • A high school diploma or equivalent education, training and experience

  • One year of activities/life enrichment experience, preferably working with seniors

  • Excellent communication skills in speaking, reading and writing in English

  • A familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Acrobat and/or Adobe Reader

  • Strong interpersonal skills

  • Patience, flexibility and a willingness to go above and beyond as needed to ensure the success of your team and care for residents of the community

  • Be available to transport residents to and from appointments and recreational outings as needed

  • A current and valid driver's license and clear driving record


We have fun at work. We laugh a lot! We work hard. We care deeply about our mission, community and each other. That's why Waterford is also a drug and alcohol-free employer. Criminal background and drug test will be required upon a contingent offer of employment.



We're excited to hear from you! Come join us and help us fulfill our vision to Transform the Perception of Age.


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Overview

Meridian Manor is a beautiful, peaceful community located just a few short blocks from historic downtown Wayzata, Minnesota. We are looking for an outgoing, fun and energetic full-time Memory Care Activities Coordinator to join our team!



As a Transforming Age community, Meridian Manor is comprised of dedicated and caring people who have a strong desire to enrich the lives of older adults and our team members. Our workplace emphasizes serving others, team work, our dedication to hospitality and customer service, vigorous innovation and integrity in everything we do.



To learn more about our community and to see where you could be working, check out our website here!

Positions Details

As a key member of the Life Enrichment team, our Memory Care Activities Coordinator is responsible for planning, scheduling and leading meaningful activities in our Memory Care neighborhood and for leading activities in Assisted Living.



Some of the primary responsibilites for this role include:

  • Assisting with scheduling and coordinating programs and activities for Memory Care residents that provide physical, mental and social opportunities for life enrichment and overall wellness

  • Making daily, accurate chart notes on residents’ participation in activities

  • Prepping and distributing the weekly program schedule

  • Training, coaching and meeting regularly with nursing assistants on conducting Life Enrichment programs with residents

  • Meeting with residents to encourage participation and active involvement in Life Enrichment activities and programs

  • Assisting with gathering unique and interesting information, articles, and photos for the community newsletter

  • Working with your Life Enrichment team to plan and coordinate special events, including events for seasonal holidays

  • Planning and conducting arts program, entertainment for special events, monthly birthday parties, group games, weekly religious services and individual independent projects

  • Partnering with the Director in maintaining an adequate supply of books, puzzles, magazines and games

  • Assist the Director in training all staff on activity-related programs

  • Occassionally transporting residents to appointments and regular and special, fun outings

  • Ensuring resident safety and quality of care is always in place

  • Promoting the Mission, Vision and Values of Meridian Manor in all areas of interaction with residents and team members


To qualify, you will have:

  • A high school diploma or equivalent in education, training and experience
  • One year activities/life enrichment experience working with seniors

  • The ability to communicate clearly and effectively with residents, colleagues, families and visitors

  • Knowledge of special needs of residents (physical, mental and social)

  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite products

  • Familiarity with Adobe Acrobat and/or Adobe Reader

  • Strong interpersonal skills

  • Patience and sensitivity to others' needs

  • The ability to work within community groups

  • Flexibilitity in schedule and availability

  • A current and valid driver’s license consistent with the requirements determined by size of vehicle and laws of the state in which the driver is licensed


Meridian Manor is a drug and alcohol-free employer. Criminal background and drug test will be required upon contingent offer of employment.



Come join us and help us fulfill our vision to Transform the Perception of Age.


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Do you have…


  • A commitment to providing exceptional service?

  • Professional expertise and a passion for what you do?

  • A high level of integrity?

  • An ability to work independently and collaboratively as a team member?

  • Creative thinking and problem-solving skills?

  • Dedication to developing your own skills and knowledge?


Our most successful associates demonstrate these qualities every day.



Looking to accelerate your sales career? Are you ready for an opportunity that adds your abundant talent and drive to our resources and support? AAA Club Alliance is currently seeking Insurance Sales Professionals in your area. Yes, that AAA. We are a lot more than roadside assistance. In fact, we offer world-class travel services, auto care in most markets and a full-service insurance agency built to serve our most valuable asset… our AAA members.



We are looking for hunters who are not afraid to generate new business on their own. We will match your drive to succeed with a comprehensive training program, excellent coaching, internal referrals, warm leads, and a culture of success. Your investment in our opportunity is time and effort. We provide the rest. In addition to a highly competitive base + bonus while you are building your book, we also offer an industry leading benefits and retirement package. Let us chat today about how AAA can maximize your career.



The primary duties of the Insurance Sales Agents are:

  • Must be able to develop leads, schedule appointments and identify customer needs. Suggest targeted insurance products to meet those needs

  • Establish strong customer and community relationships plus follow up with customers as needed

  • Maintains all current licensing, agency and carrier compliance requirements

  • Shows and creates a positive and professional working environment towards both customers and peers


Advantages to working with AAA:

  • A challenging and stimulating career that provides growth and development

  • An outstanding portfolio of products. We work with some of the top Insurance carriers in the country like CSAA, Progressive and Travelers

  • Ability to network in the community to help you build your book of business

  • Base salary plus monthly commissions with an unlimited earning potential

  • Corporate lead generation system

  • Paid training program

  • Corporate sponsored marketing initiatives

  • Ongoing management support and sales coaching


Minimum Qualifications:

  • Sales professionals with a proven track record (auto sales, mortgage, etc..)

  • Entrepreneurial spirit with successful track record of meeting goals

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills

  • Solid persuasion and negotiation ability

  • Current P&C license or ability to obtain within the first 90 days of employment


To the qualified candidate, we offer:

  • A competitive salary

  • Over 3 weeks of Paid Time Off accrued during the first year of employment

  • Paid Holidays

  • 401(k) plan with employer match

  • Health & Life Insurance

  • Tuition reimbursement

  • Complimentary AAA Premier level membership (inclusive of product & service discounts)


Keywords:



Property and Casualty License, PNC, P&C, PnC, P and C, Insurance Sales Agent, Producer Jobs, Licensed Sales Agents, Insurance Counselors, Insurance Representative, Insurance Jobs, Personal Lines Agent / Producer “Agent” Independent Insurance Agent Multi-Lines Representative Licensed Sales Professional, Commercial Agent, Business to Business Sales, Sales Agent



If you have the qualities and skills described, apply today to become a part of our growing team!



To learn more about our company and the position, please visit Our Company Website.



To see what it is like to work at AAA Club Alliance, check out our Day In The Life Videos.



AAA Club Alliance is the result of AAA Mid-Atlantic, AAA Allied Group, and AAA Oklahoma/South Dakota joining, now representing nearly six million members in 13 states and Washington, DC. At AAA Club Alliance, we’ve been driven for more than 100 years to provide our members with superior roadside assistance, personal service, and peace of mind. This same commitment to a life well-lived has earned AAA Club Alliance the reputation as a great place to work. Our people tell us it’s the company’s positive work/life balance, the dynamic team environment, excellent benefits, and strong customer focus that keep them happy; their ideas are respected and valued. And, perhaps most important of all, they get to make a difference every day.



AAA Club Alliance Inc. is committed to provide a safe and professional work environment. EOE/M/F/D/V



This Organization participates in E-Verify.



Right to Work



Applicants have rights under Federal Employment Laws:



The Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)



The Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA)



The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)



Applicants have rights under State and Local Employment Laws:



Arizona



Arizona Law Prohibits Discrimination in Employment



California



Discrimination and Harassment in Employment are prohibited by Law



Delaware



Pregnant Workers Fairness Act



Missouri



Discrimination in Employment is Prohibited



New Jersey



New Jersey Law Prohibits Discrimination in Employment



Pennsylvania



Employment Provisions of the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act



Philadelphia Employment Discrimination



Philadelphia Ban the Box



Job Category:

Insurance


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We are seeking Houseparent couples to work with up to 12 boys or girls in a cottage environment. Along with cottage support staff, a supervisor, case manager and clinician, Houseparents provide a safe place of nurture, protection, and supportive care to aid our residents in their self-understanding, growth, and healing toward a brighter, healthier future. Through the use of structured programming and clinical support, we can help our youth succeed in their goals to be reunified in the community.



Weekday Houseparents work Monday through Friday, averaging 58 hours per week, and enjoy an excellent benefits package. In addition, Weekday Houseparent couples receive an unfurnished off-campus apartment with all utilities and basic cable provided. A furnished, private on-campus apartment with all utilities and on-duty meals is supplied during the work week. A $5,000 sign-on bonus and $10,000 longevity bonus is being offered to couples. Visit www.bethanyhome.org/employment for more details.



Houseparents enjoy an excellent benefit package including:


  • Furnished, on-campus apartment: all utilities, household items and meals provided while on duty;
  • Unfurnished, private off-campus apartment: all utilities, including basic cable, are provided. Pets negotiable.
  • Life, medical, prescription, dental, vision, employee assistance program, short-term disability and long-term disability on the 90th day of employment;
  • Generous paid time off plan beginning the 1st day of employment;
  • Eight (8) paid holidays per year;
  • 401(k) retirement plan with employer match;
  • Use of the many recreational amenities on campus, such as outdoor pool, weight room and full-size gym for personal use.


Applicants should be mature, responsible individuals with a sense of mission to help children in need and meet the minimum qualifications:


  • Have at least a high school diploma or equivalent
  • Be able to apply for and receive Child Abuse, State Police and FBI Fingerprinting Clearances
  • Be able to certify fitness for duty by a physician no more than 30 days prior to employment and every two years thereafter
  • Be able to comply with all physical training requirements, including the participation in protective interventions and physical restraints
  • Proficient verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook
  • Have a valid drivers' license with clear 3-year driving history


Preference will be given to those individuals with previous experience working with adolescents in a therapeutic residential or group living environment. Please visit our website at www.bethanyhome.org/employment for more information and to complete an application. Please, no phone calls.


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Native Instruments is looking for an Accounts Payable Specialist to join our growing accounting team.











WHAT YOU’LL DO


  • Manage Accounts Payable including Vendor Management, Invoice Management and Employee Expense Management

  • Verifying the clerical accuracy of invoices prior to processing

  • Preparing weekly payments and corresponding supporting documents

  • Process and post corporate purchasing card transactions

  • Review employee expense reports and ensure coding is accurate and in compliance with company policies

  • Research and resolve vendor inquiries regarding invoice discrepancies and issues

  • Administrative duties including filing, mailing checks, etc.

  • Interface with department heads to ensure accruals are booked accurately

  • Maintain accurate and complete vendor records as well as build vendor relationships and resolve disputes

  • Execute the accounts payable monthly close process (closing AP module, journal entries, reporting, etc.)

  • Manage forecast cash flow and administer recurring payments

  • Support for audit requests

  • Review current accounts payable processes and procedures and provide suggestions of opportunity for improvement and automation













WHAT YOU’LL BRING


  • Minimum of 3 years of Accounts Payable work experience

  • Hands on experience with Oracle preferred

  • Must be meticulously detailed and extremely accurate in work

  • Must be highly organized and capable of working independently and in a fast paced environment

  • Must be very proactive, self-starter, and be able to multi-task and independently follow through

  • Good verbal and written communication skills to various levels of management, vendors, and advertising partners

  • Strong Excel skills














Native Instruments






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Organizational Description:National Review Institute (NRI) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), journalistic think tank, established to advance the conservative principles William F. Buckley Jr. championed, and complement the mission of the National Review magazine by supporting and promoting NR’s best talent. NRI fulfills its mission by executing the Institute’s core educational and outreach programs, including NRI Fellows and associated policy centers, the William F. Buckley Jr. Fellowships in Political Journalism, Regional Partnership Events, NRI On Campus, Regional Fellowships, NRI’s biennial Ideas Summit, the William F. Buckley Jr. Legacy Project, and support for National Review’s Books, Arts & Manners section. More information is available at www.nrinstitute.org.



Position Summary: NRI seeks a full-time Fundraising Database Administrator who will be primarily responsible for maintaining the Institute’s Salesforce database and the various software and payment integrations, and overseeing the general data integrity for the organization. Together, these systems serve as the information hub for all fundraising and event operations. The Development Operations Coordinator is also responsible for executing the direct mail program, providing financial reporting and campaign analysis, and assisting the development staff in outreach, logistics, marketing, follow-up, and event support. Knowledge of and a commitment to the broader conservative movement, an understanding of William F. Buckley Jr.’s legacy, and familiarity with NR magazine—its writers, content, and historical significance—is integral. The Fundraising Database Administrator will always be looking for ways to improve on operations efficiency, data integrity, and list performance. A strong grasp of database fundamentals and statistical analysis is key.



The Fundraising Database Administrator will report to Lindsay Craig, President of National Review Institute, and work closely with NRI’s development team, and Doug Schneider, Managing Partner with American Philanthropic (NRI’s development consultant). NRI is a fast-paced, dynamic work environment and is currently experiencing rapid growth and programmatic expansion. The Fundraising Database Administrator is central to all NRI development and fundraising operations.



Duties and Responsibilities:



Database Administration



· Oversee NRI’s Salesforce administration, including onboarding users, setting and maintaining security and user privileges, creating workflows, and integrating and managing other systems (Marketing Cloud, Soapbox, iATS Brickwork, ClickNPledge);



· Manage all Salesforce related data, including, but not limited to, uploading and inserting data, merging accounts and contacts, creating campaigns to track various revenue streams, event invitation lists, and donor segments;



· Keep donor information and donations up-to-date by uploading information and ensuring other development officers are inputting correct information; and



· Create reports and dashboards (daily, weekly, monthly, yearly, and ad-hoc) for financial and revenue tracking, donor list management, prospect cultivation, and development officers’ follow-up activities.



Direct Mail Management



· Manage both house-file and prospecting direct mail campaigns, digital campaigns (including website and emails), and various other mailings;



· Pull mailing segments from Salesforce to test on each mailing, and track performance of each segment, uploading donation information from caging service to Salesforce;



· Coordinate production timeline, printer, mail house, and caging service for each mailing, including pulling and cleaning matchback lists; and



· Help format and edit copy, and assist with the design, editing, and proofing of all mail package components.



Required Technical Skills: Salesforce and SOQL, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, HTML, WordPress



Qualifications: Two to three years’ work experience in a technical or fundraising field, Salesforce Certified Admin status appreciated, but not required



Compensation: NRI pays a competitive salary commensurate with experience and provides excellent benefits.



Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to jobs@nrinstitute.org and list “Development Operations Coordinator” in the subject line. The cover letter should explain how the applicant’s skills, experience, and future goals relate to the position and National Review Institute.


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Floyd’s 99 Barbershop is a cutting-edge barbershop for both men and women that offers top-quality services including haircuts, color, styling, waxing and other traditional barber services.

As we continue to grow, we're looking to find a talented hairstylist in the Encino, CA area. If you want a career in a high-volume, fast-paced business where the music coming through the speakers is as diverse as our team of barbers and stylists, then submit an application to become a member of our Floyd's Family!


WHAT WE OFFER:



  • Hourly or Commission-Based Pay

  • Paid Advanced Education (Strengthen Your Technical Skills Through Our Floyd's 99 Academy)

  • Part-Time & Full-Time Availability (We're Open 7 Days a Week)

  • High Client Traffic & Walk-In Potential (Great Opportunity to Build Your Book)

  • Energetic & Welcoming Environment Where Individuality is Celebrated (No Dress Code)

  • Career Growth Opportunities (Gain Promotions Within)

  • Medical, Dental, Disability, Life, Vision Insurance and 401(k)**

  • Paid Time Off (PTO)**


    • **Based on Eligibility Requirements**



WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR:



  • State-licensed cosmetologists who want to express their creativity and artistry

  • Team players who can give exceptional client service with a friendly & positive attitude

  • Unique individuals who are passionate and dedicated to the industry and latest trends

  • Desire to learn and evolve as a professional hair stylist


**1-Year Minimum Experience behind the chair highly preferred.**

Shop Location:
17622 Venutra Blvd.
Encino, CA 91316


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Embrey is a fully integrated development, construction and property management operation specializing in multifamily and commercial projects. From the time we opened our doors in 1974, we have partnered in projects that total 40 million square feet of multifamily and commercial properties combined. We have developed in 10 states throughout the country.


We have built a reputation for excellence in every aspect of our business. That excellence is derived from one single source: the quality of our people. At Embrey, we place a premium not only on individual talent and experience, but the ability to integrate into a team and contribute to a common goal. Above all, we value people who share our values; Honesty and integrity in everything we do. We provide an environment that encourages personal growth and provides opportunities for advancement. Embrey is an equal opportunity employer.


Estimator Role



  • To assist the Lead Estimator and Embrey Senior Management with producing the most accurate information we can to create a cost budget.

  • To analyze design documents and to prepare time, cost, materials, and labor estimates.

  • Ensures that we have the proper coverage from subcontractors on bid day

  • Is capable of identifying potential issues that may be detrimental to the project.

  • Is capable of multitasking and putting items in order of precedence.

  • Is capable of working with moderate supervision.

  • Take ownership of your work.


Estimator Responsibilities:



  • Perform assigned duties as directed by Supervisor and Embrey Senior Management Personnel.

  • Has a thorough understanding of the scope for specific trades assigned

  • Produce accurate quantity take-offs utilizing On Screen Take Off.

  • Create bid tabs to ensure project specific scope is accounted for.

  • Assist in verifying all bid documents are uploaded into SmartBid.

  • Ensures that we have the proper coverage from subcontractors on bid day and maintains a call list.

  • Prepare and maintain a directory of suppliers and subcontractors.

  • Produce drawing logs in excel format for “Bid Set” documents.

  • Assist in maintaining all project estimate files in their proper format and location.

  • Ensure estimate is being produced using the correct plans and information.

  • Be able to identify and prepare those items needing to go on the C&C List (Corrections & Clarifications) in the correct format.

  • Identify scope items that could lead to problems and present solutions for solving these items.

  • Building project bid books complete with bid tabs and subcontractor proposals.

  • To include value-engineering ideas on every bid.

  • Performs assigned duties and takes initiative to seek and perform tasks not necessarily assigned to you.

  • Will be required to perform above roles and responsibilities under tight deadlines.


Knowledge and Skills Required:



  • A four-year degree from an accredited learning institution in Construction Science, Construction Management, Engineering, or related field.

  • Minimum one to five years of experience in construction estimating preferably in Multi-Family Housing.

  • Excellent communication (both verbal and written) skills.

  • Ability to plan ahead, remain calm and focused and effective under time pressure.

  • Effective time management and logical decision-making ability.

  • Strong focus on accuracy, documentation and quality.


Knowledge and Skills Preferred:



  • Use of Microsoft Office Products (especially excel and word), On Screen Take Off, Smartbid, and Timberline Estimating software.


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  • This is a digital marketer / account manager position, located at our Headquarters in Fort Collins, Colorado.




  • You must have 1+ year of account management and sales experience:




  • 1 yr + to be eligible for this position. If you are the kind of person who loves to control your own destiny, is passionate about small & medium business, and has a proven track record in sales and/or marketing, then this is the opportunity for you! The hats a Marketing Executive wears are varied and extensive, and they must become an expert in the field of all things digital marketing. A good candidate for the Marketing Executive position is a self-starting, motivated, and competitive individual with a drive to learn and perform at the highest levels. Ideal candidates are familiar with sales and account management, as well as the following: Adwords, Facebook paid advertisments, Bing ads, LinkedIn ads, YouTube ads, video advertising, analytics, SEO, SEM, paid search, PPC, display advertising, and remarketing. However, sales and account management experience is most important.



  • Read, write, and speak Spanish professionally


  • While this is a digital marketing role, by nature, there is an element of sales involved; if you are not comfortable working in a commission driven position relying heavily on your ability to sell in order to be successful, then read no further. This is a 30K base + commission position. The performance across reps typically ranges from 70K-125k income.


    Work hours are Monday - Friday, 7am-4pm. There is no cold calling and there is no travel.


    Watch this video to learn more about our marketing team: https://youtu.be/krBiOYs73mA


    The product that we offer is: http://www.marketing360.com which encompasses our suite of services: http://www.marketing360.com/digital-marketing-platform-overview/.


    To learn more about our culture visit http://www.madwire.com/


    This is an application, not a Term Paper; therefore, provide thorough answers but please do not submit an essay.



  • How Does The Pay Structure Work?

    Marketing Executives are compensated on a base salary plus commission structure. There are four levels of Marketing Executives which are determined by the size of the Marketing Executive’s book as well as progress through the training program.


    MEs receive a $30k (annual) base salary, and unlock commission as they continue forward with their training and increase the size of their book of business. This is accomplished either by upselling existing accounts or by taking on additional accounts.


    Salary is NOT negotiable.


    Marketing Executive Compensation Levels:

  • LevelBook SizeTraining CompletionSalarySales CommissionBook CommissionMarketing Executive TraineeN/A - Ineligible to take clientsN/A - In progress$2,500 / month = $30k / yearN/A - No clientsN/A - No clientsLevel I Marketing ExecutiveUnder $10kTrainee Level$2,500 / month = $30k / year10% on any one-time sales (7% on ad credits)0% commission on book Level II Marketing Executive$10k - $20kLevel 1 Training$2,500 / month = $30k / year10% on any one-time sales (7% on ad credits)3% commission on book unlockedLevel III Marketing Executive$20k - $30kLevel 2 Training$2,500 / month = $30k / year10% on any one-time sales (7% on ad credits)5% commission on book unlockedLevel IV Marketing ExecutiveAbove $30kLevel 3 Training$2,500 / month = $30k / year10% on any one-time sales (7% on ad credits)5%-8% commission on book unlocked (based on equity performance)


  • • Commission at Level IV is determined by the ME's 6 month average equity loss, with lower churn equating to a higher commission payout.
    • Typically, an ME hits the $30k book mark within ~3-4 months of taking accounts.
    • MEs on average are maintaining a ~$65k-$75k book of business.
    • Average income after 1 year is approximately $74,000 (2017 statistical analysis).
    • Average income after 2 years is approximately $95,000 (2017 statistical analysis). *Applies to non-Senior Marketers only - that is, MEs who are not managing a team at that time. Senior Marketing Directors have a higher earning potential.
    • Average income after 3 years is approximately $108,000 (2017 statistical analysis). *Applies to non-Senior Marketers only - that is, MEs who are not managing a team at that time. Senior Marketing Directors have a higher earning potential.



  • What does the training process look like?

    Trainee Level


    There is an initial ~4 week training process that provides a "crash course" on Madwire and our approach to digital marketing. Trainee level consists of a combination of classroom sessions and online learning modules. Trainees learn elements of multiple departments during this time to receive some hands-on instruction in a low risk environment; however, much of the material during this time relies on hypothetical situations and conceptual learning.


    Level I ME Training:


    After completion of the intensive Trainee level, MEs are cleared to take on clients while still undergoing additional training. This is the point at which MEs begin to undergo more hands on and situational training, including auditing team member accounts and one-on-one instruction on clients. Much of the concepts within Level I are online learning based, though there are still ocassional in-person sessions required.


    Level II ME Training:


    Level II primarily consists of module learning, though resources remain available for futher instruction if needed. There are benchmarks set for completion of specific materials, as MEs work on finishing modules while working with their clients.


    Level III ME Training:


    Level III primarily consists of module learning, though resources remain available for further instruction if needed. There are benchmarks set for completion of specific materials, as MEs work on finishing modules while working with their clients.


    Level IV ME Training:


    After Level III training modules are complete, MEs are "graduated" to Level IV, which concludes most of the formal training. MEs at this level are expected to have a full grasp of their position but are encouraged to continue to take advantage of existing resources to continue their learning process.




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Floyd’s 99 Barbershop is a cutting-edge barbershop for both men and women that offers top-quality services including haircuts, color, styling, waxing and other traditional barber services.

As we continue to grow, we're looking to find a talented barber in the Northridge, CA area. If you want a career in a high-volume, fast-paced business where the music coming through the speakers is as diverse as our team of barbers and stylists, then submit an application to become a member of our Floyd's Family!

WHAT WE OFFER:



  • Hourly or Commission-Based Pay

  • Paid Advanced Education (Strengthen Your Technical Skills Through Our Floyd's 99 Academy)


  • Part-Time & Full-Time Availability (We're Open 7 Days a Week)

  • High Client Traffic & Walk-In Potential (Great Opportunity to Build Your Book)

  • Energetic & Welcoming Environment Where Individuality is Celebrated (No Dress Code)

  • Career Growth Opportunities (Gain Promotions Within)

  • Medical, Dental, Disability, Life, Vision Insurance and 401(k)**

  • Paid Time Off (PTO)**

    • **Based on Eligibility Requirements**




WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR:



  • State-licensed barbers who want to express their creativity and artistry


  • Team players who can give exceptional client service with a friendly & positive attitude

  • Unique individuals who are passionate and dedicated to the industry and latest trends

  • Desire to learn and evolve as a professional barber


**1-Year Minimum Experience behind the chair highly preferred.**

Shop Location:
19334 Nordhoff St.
Northridge, CA 91324


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Self Enquiry Life Fellowship, a Santa Barbara-based US nonprofit organization, is currently seeking a mature spiritually inclined professional for the on-site position of Publication & Archiving Specialist. The position offers a unique opportunity to work with vintage prints, archival images, sacred paintings, and rare manuscripts from the ancient Sanskrit heritage. The position involves preparing indigenous knowledge-based content for publication of books, website and printed artwork (see examples hansavedas.org/auction) while working closely with monastics and a small team of editors. Content editing and copy editing; scanning and archiving; cataloging of photos, images and manuscripts; web-researching for images from resource libraries; and implementing a digital asset management system using detailed metadata, define the primary area of focus.


The Nonprofit was established to preserve and disseminate indigenous knowledge and spiritual philosophy from the ancient Sanskrit heritage of the Vedic tradition. The Nonprofit’s head monk, His Holiness Swami Vidyadhishananda, is a Himalayan yogi and a living saint who offers spiritual guidance to sincere seekers through a number of forums including spiritual fellowships, meditation services, workshops and retreats. In addition to these services, Self Enquiry Life Fellowship is undertaking several projects related to the preservation of Sanskrit-based wisdom, Vedic fine arts and classical music. For more details please visit hansavedas.org and its related websites.


Employees become part of a core team and work alongside dedicated volunteers in a deeply spiritual environment. The team works under the guidance of His Holiness Swami Vidyadhishananda who primarily lives in the area at his seminary residence. This position offers a unique opportunity to blossom spiritually and serve in an organization which values and promotes Himalayan meditation and yoga, personal spiritual development and empowerment, mindfulness and mindful living. The Nonprofit offers careers to those who are looking for meaningful service-oriented employment, and makes an extra effort to nurture employees.


The candidate must be flexible, open to learning and adapting to alternative office procedures, including the formality of protocols necessary when working with monastics. The expectations for the position include spiritual sensitivity with technical expertise relating to asset management and design. The candidate should be able to align and grow into this position seamlessly, by adapting to the fellowship culture and service-oriented mission of the Nonprofit. Strong computers skills are necessary. Ability to learn new software platforms is required. Experience with Adobe Creative Suite is a plus. English composition skills are a must.


Primary Responsibilities



  • Organize and catalog the Nonprofit’s digital assets of audio, video and image files

  • Perform detail-oriented staging, mapping, tagging, and quality control of asset metadata

  • Maintain and suggest best-practice naming conventions, organization, and metadata ascription

  • Organize and catalog the Nonprofit’s physical assets of artwork, photographs and Sanskrit manuscripts

  • Convert legacy audio and video files (VHS, mini DV and other formats) to digital format

  • Scan, digitize and archive rare manuscripts and devise an effective long term storage system, including the use of sleeves or special containers, in order to avoid degradation

  • Scan, digitize and archive photographs, prints and books, and when necessary work with outside vendors for specialty digitizing services, such as for large format prints and books

  • Prepare and organize photos and images for specific book projects under author’s direction

  • Manage content editing for book projects under author’s direction

  • Assist with copy editing or manage outsourced editing services for book projects

  • Edit website content and other articles as and when necessary

  • Research internet archives and digital/stock libraries for specific images

  • Manage copyright/rights-managed release terms from third parties

  • Organize editorial workflow when taking dictations on book/workbook/website content from author

  • Handle official communication on philosophy/academic/book-publication matters representing His Holiness

  • Respond to relevant email inquiries that require editorial knowhow or are replies dictated by His Holiness

  • Assist with mass emails by drafting, editing, testing, and sending of relevant messages from His Holiness

  • Implement an insect management system in the area housing the archive storage

  • Evaluate storage and handling procedures of archive and suggest improvements and necessary purchases

  • Ensure that all photos taken at events/fellowships are cataloged and tagged immediately after the events

  • Organize and oversee the Nonprofit’s Live Silent Auction

  • Manage the printing process for all auction artwork, including: coordination with Graphic Designer, coordination with local printer, critical evaluation of proofs, and communication of feedback and edits to Graphic Designer and/or printer

  • Properly label, file and store all proofs in Nonprofit’s office

  • Coordinate the matting and framing of prints

  • Coordinate the display of Live Silent Auction items, including: renting easels, renting lighting, preparing display info sheets, creating signage, and preparation or purchase of other necessary items for a professional and attractive display

  • Manage the team of volunteers assigned to running the Live Silent Auction, including: lead team meetings ahead of the auction, train volunteers, ensure proper handling of all pieces, oversee the set-up and break-down of the auction, and ensure that all un-sold pieces are transported back to Santa Barbara

  • Plan for and coordinate the shipping of all artwork for the Online Auction


Secondary Responsibilities



  • Work alongside or guide other Editor(s) to drive and move forward publication projects

  • As needed, assist the Editor(s) with design and image editing tasks that utilize the Adobe Creative Suite

  • Collaborate on special projects, perform research, write reports, develop relationships and represent the Nonprofit

  • Oversee local volunteers for archiving and publication related volunteer work


Qualification Requirements & Preferences



  • At least one year of relevant cataloging experience, including digitizing and organizing collections in a variety of formats, such as creating and updating information in a digital asset management system or applying metadata to digital objects

  • Knowledge of digital file formats for audio, image, and video

  • Strong English writing skills and experience with content editing

  • Editorial experience with a published book author is a plus

  • Strong analytical, problem solving and research skills

  • Proficient in Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom and Bridge

  • Proficient in MS Office products, specifically Word and Excel

  • Experience with databases or asset management software a plus

  • Experience with Nonprofit auctions, and/or art auctions is a plus

  • Experience with print and digital publishing is a plus

  • Must be a professional, cooperative team player and a proven self-starter

  • Bachelor’s degree and/or professional work experience

  • Excellent organizational skills; Creative & detail-oriented

  • Exemplary interpersonal skills; willing to work with volunteers

  • Courteous communication skills; positive & spiritual demeanor

  • Must have own vehicle and automobile insurance

  • Must be a US citizen or a US Permanent Resident

  • Must uphold honor code in managing work hours and workflow

  • Must be seeking a deeply spiritual environment for inner growth


Benefits


Lunch and snacks on workdays; free attendance at retreats and workshops of the Nonprofit; on-the-job training & external courses. Exempt full-time salary will depend upon qualification and professional experience. Part-time work in lieu of full time exempt is negotiable if work commitment is over half-time.


Submit: A Curriculum Vitae (or a résumé detailing education and professional work experience), a cover letter explaining willingness to serve with a spiritual organization clearly specifying spiritual intent or serious interest in meditation, and a list of references.


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The Senior Project Manager (SPM) demonstrates a passion for effective and creative project management. The SPM is an expert in Mind Gyms most complex project management, able to evaluate progress and quality of resources whilst building strategies toward mitigating risk.
Senior Project Managers have found their voice within the business and have an expertise running projects at scale. Able to act both completely independent and as a strong team contributor, the SPM is able to handle the ever-increasing volume and complexity. They accomplish this by their ability to anticipate every move, act with utmost tact and diplomacy, and lead stakeholders through the ambiguity.
SPMs are the driving force of the team, able to grow accounts strategically, and unite cross functional teams.



This will include:
Account and Stakeholder Management


  • Acts as a trusted advisor, using an expert knowledge of Mind Gym and having a full understanding of clients industry and company needs.
  • Ensures all sessions and programs will deliver maximum impact while meeting company constraints

  • Forms strong strategic relationships with clients through ongoing relationship management

  • Takes ownership in identifying and cultivating commercial opportunities with other teams, while keeping their leadership informed

  • Retains full responsibility for commercial and financial aspects of projects as well as clients business

  • Outlines service delivery and revenue growth strategies for potential and existing clients while communicating with all relevant stakeholders

Project Management


  • Runs Mind Gyms largest and high-profile programs across multiple clients independently

  • Oversees projects both directly and indirectly through others within the team. Regardless of the method, the SPM retains full knowledge and understanding of progress, risks and mitigation plans

  • For every project an SPM oversees, they will be seen as the single go-to person by all stakeholders both internal and external. All decisions are made with their presence and input, leading the charge through completion

  • Using project management and CRM tools, build and manage project plans ensuring projects are properly resourced and deadlines are met, and creates and manages both development and delivery bookings to ensure accuracy in their impact for commercial reporting

  • Acts as the core to any project, rallying teams and ensuring projects are properly resourced throughout their lifecycle. Upon signs of failure, appropriately escalates

Team Mentorship and Continuous Improvement


  • Take a profound interest in the well-being of all members of the Mind Gym family

  • Mentors others through ongoing support and leading sessions in the onboarding process for new employees

  • Coaches and oversees Associates and Project Managers across all projects and programs, ensuring all KPIs are met and any performance concerns are shared with the individuals manager

  • Working with other SPMs, sets agenda and leads project team meetings

  • Assists with professional development of Associates and PMs within the team, provides feedback and measurements on KPIs while looping in management

About you


  • Demonstrable strong written and verbal communication

  • Extensive experience independently managing cross functional projects

  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to form strong relationships with clients at all levels of organizations

  • High professional standards of excellence

  • Excellent ability to diffuse tense situations

  • Ability to sell services and products to existing client base

  • Bachelor degree or equivalent

  • Desire to lead and coach others

  • Strong desire and keen interest to constantly be learning

  • Meticulous and detail oriented


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